The danger of this variant of corona hovering in many countries, the rate of increase daily is 2.8 percent

Delta AY.4.2 Covid variant less likely to show any symptoms: UK study- India TV
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This variant of the delta of Kovid-19 is less likely to show any symptoms.

Highlights

  • This variant of the delta of Kovid-19 is less likely to show any symptoms.
  • This variant of Delta has been increasing at the rate of 2.8 percent per day since September.
  • People infected with this variant are less likely to experience symptoms such as loss of taste or smell, fever or persistent cough.

London: Corona virus cases are decreasing in India at the moment, but Delta’s new variant AY.4.2 in the UK is increasing the tension at this time. This variant of the delta of Kovid-19 is less likely to show any symptoms. This was said in a new study on Thursday. It has been placed under trial (VUI) amid concerns about the high infectious potential of this variant.

The latest results from the long-running Real-time Community Infection Assessment (React-1) study show that the delta AY.4.2 variant has been increasing at a rate of 2.8 percent per day since September. Imperial College London and Ipsus Mori’s analysis is based on home samples taken by more than a million people in the UK between October 19 and November 5.

found that people infected with AY.4.2 were less likely to experience symptoms such as loss of taste or smell or loss of smell, fever or persistent cough. “We don’t know why it’s so contagious,” said Professor Paul Eliot, director of the Imperial School of Public Health’s React program. It appears less symptomatic.

Statistics show that only 33 percent of those infected with this variant of the virus are likely to have symptoms, while 46 percent of those infected with Delta show symptoms. Overall, the study found that infections across the UK are declining but are still very high and the rate is similar to that of January this year.

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